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tonkagirl
03-14-2012, 07:14 PM
Where is the best place in maple ridge area to get 4 tires mounted and balanced form cheap, please any ideas?

Griswold
03-14-2012, 07:17 PM
Where is the best place in maple ridge area to get 4 tires mounted and balanced form cheap, please any ideas?


With that post title I thought it was some thing different Ha Ha Ha:D

You could try Lougheed Tire and ask for Ray tell him Clark sent you, I put his alarm and cameras in hi shop on Lougheed years and years ago

Legend
03-15-2012, 01:45 AM
albion tire by the old langley ferry, tell them kyle with the big ford sent you, i was just there today.

3.3 Over
03-15-2012, 06:56 AM
My old 33's cracked beat and tarnished up being mounted on old alum rims:
First two shops insisted on balancing. I didn't want it done no need for my ride at that time as I knew I was only gonn have em on for a bit (ended up less than three weeks)

Kal tire $ 80 total
Lougheed Tire $120.00 total
Tires Plus mission see dalton. $50.00 total.
Then I bought my new tires from him and he didnt even charge me the first mounting fee Tire swap from winter tires /rims to spring/summer tires on another ride (in another month or so) at total of $25.00 !!!

I had em in back of my truck dropped em off at kal then they called back saying couldn't mnt as there was 'cracking'. For safety on their aspect it was a no go (no beefs from me on that other than it was a minor inconvenience )

Mention of alum rims without even showing to lougheed tire $ amount = see ya later / never again - lol

SuzukiSamurai
03-15-2012, 09:10 AM
Go to princess auto and buy a manual tire changer, bolt it to a pallet and your set, paid $49 on sale and I've changed about 15 or so tires for free

tonkagirl
03-15-2012, 09:12 AM
Go to princess auto and buy a manual tire changer, bolt it to a pallet and your set, paid $49 on sale and I've changed about 15 or so tires for free

That would be cool but i live in an apartment :(

Hellboy
03-15-2012, 09:52 AM
Go to princess auto and buy a manual tire changer, bolt it to a pallet and your set, paid $49 on sale and I've changed about 15 or so tires for free

Well technically youve changed 15 or so tires for 49 bucks and arent balanced...

I usually use kal tire if not them i go to my high school for free

youngun
03-15-2012, 10:42 AM
I would just do them with pry bars or big screw drivers

Thats how I do em right now till I find a deal on a tire machine

Momma Taz
03-15-2012, 03:52 PM
go see gary....

harvester_sorrow
03-15-2012, 06:48 PM
manually is fine... unless you have to break the bead:ballsmack

85chevy
03-15-2012, 06:51 PM
I just take them to school right now haha did my friends new F350 tires for him and he has some new ones coming for his taco so I will be doing those hopefully next week.

tonkagirl
03-15-2012, 07:44 PM
go see gary....

We will talk to him on sunday if he comes to the lake